Marta Datkiewicz

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Marta Datkiewicz

22 days ago

Clarity Paradox:

Phase 1: When we really have clarity of purpose, it leads to success.
Phase 2: When we have success, it leads to more options and opportunities.
Phase 3: When we have increased options and opportunities, it leads to diffused efforts.
Phase 4: Diffused efforts undermine the very clarity that led to our success in the first place.

The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

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Marta Datkiewicz

22 days ago

How gut microbes are joining the fight against cancer

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Marta Datkiewicz

22 days ago

Why psychedelic drugs could transform how we treat depression and mental illness

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Marta Datkiewicz

57 days ago

'The people who were the most satisfied in their relationships at age 50 were the healthiest at age 80'

Here's the secret to happiness, and its not money or success

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Marta Datkiewicz

70 days ago

"You're more microbe than you are human."

More than half your body is not human

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Marta Datkiewicz

126 days ago

How to Create the “Moments” that Change Your Life

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Marta Datkiewicz

128 days ago

At the end of the experiment period, the students who had taken the mindfulness training showed increased working memory capacity and on average scored 16% higher on reading comprehension tests not only compared to their own pre-study tests, but against their peers who had taken the nutrition course.

What Your "Working Memory" Does (and How to Give It a Tune-Up)

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Marta Datkiewicz

132 days ago

"Success isn’t about knowing more. It’s about acting on imperfect information. You’ll learn more by doing than you ever will by reading. Making decisions takes logic and reason. Acting on those decisions requires emotion. Those are two separate parts of the brain that don’t always play nice with each other. If they don’t agree, and if our dominant emotion is fear, we’ll remain paralyzed while in motion."

You’re Not Lazy

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Marta Datkiewicz

154 days ago

What Is Disruptive Innovation?

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Marta Datkiewicz

156 days ago

The Customer-Centered Innovation Map

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Marta Datkiewicz

161 days ago

Best thing I've read in 2018 so far!

Improving Ourselves to Death

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Marta Datkiewicz

203 days ago

30s that can save your life...

Most Medical Checkups Miss a 30-Second Test That Could Save Your Life

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Marta Datkiewicz

205 days ago

A.I. will serve humans—but only about 1% of them

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Marta Datkiewicz

210 days ago

Connection is not based on how much time we spend with someone or what we do with them, connection is always based on quality of presence.

How to Change Your Life in One Second Flat

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Marta Datkiewicz

210 days ago

We should all be working a four-day week. Here’s why

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Marta Datkiewicz

246 days ago

Are you ‘phubbing’ right now? What it is and why science says it’s bad for your relationships

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Marta Datkiewicz

265 days ago

10 Hard Things to Start Doing for Yourself

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Marta Datkiewicz

300 days ago

Success requires balancing the essential (spiritual, relational, financial, physical) things in your life and removing everything else.

Why Most People Will Not Be Successful

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Marta Datkiewicz

349 days ago

How much can an extra hour's sleep change you?

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Marta Datkiewicz

372 days ago

As the costs of brain scans plummet, many other possibilities for putting our knowledge of individual brain anatomy to good use will emerge, but very thorny policy issues will accompany such opportunities.

The Geometry of Your Brain Shapes Your Future

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Marta Datkiewicz

384 days ago

being responsive first thing in the morning is really cognitively expensive. And for one thing, it’s because it prevents us from leveraging our best hours.

Your Brain’s Ideal Schedule

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Marta Datkiewicz

384 days ago

Most of the growth actually comes during the recovery process. However, the only way to truly recover is by actually pushing yourself to exhaustion during the workout.

The same concept applies to work. The best work happens in short intensive spurts. By short, I’m talking 1–3 hours. But this must be “Deep Work,” with no distractions, just like an intensive workout is non-stop. Interestingly, your best work — which for most people is thinking — will actually happen while you’re away from your work, “recovering.”

This Morning Routine will Save You 20+ Hours Per Week

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Marta Datkiewicz

396 days ago

Living Together, Alone

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Marta Datkiewicz

400 days ago

4 Things Great Bosses Say to a New Employee That Most Bosses Never Think to Say

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Marta Datkiewicz

400 days ago

4 Things Great Bosses Say to a New Employee That Most Bosses Never Think to Say

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Marta Datkiewicz

420 days ago

What to Do About Mediocrity on Your Team

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Marta Datkiewicz

421 days ago

The Benefits of Solitude

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433 days ago

How to Know You’ve Found Your Soulmate—Based on Myers-Briggs

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Marta Datkiewicz

448 days ago

Attributes of an Effective Team Meeting

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Marta Datkiewicz

485 days ago

The Swedish psychologist Anders Ericsson has shown that our learning curve steepens the most when we engage in what he calls deliberate practice. These are brief episodes of intense focus where we practice a skill under relatively real conditions. If these intense practice episodes are coupled with immediate feedback, learning accelerates even more. Psychologist Albert Bandura refers to this as guided mastery and found that we can overcome profound emotional barriers to success if we engage in this kind of skill rehearsal under circumstances with the right mix of safety and challenge.

The Swedish psychologist Anders Ericsson has shown that our learning curve steepens the most when we engage in what he calls deliberate practice. These are brief episodes of intense focus where we practice a skill under relatively real conditions. If these intense practice episodes are coupled with immediate feedback, learning accelerates even more. Psychologist Albert Bandura refers to this as guided mastery and found that we can overcome profound emotional barriers to success if we engage in this kind of skill rehearsal under circumstances with the right mix of safety and challenge.

A 3-Step Plan for Turning Weaknesses into Strengths

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Marta Datkiewicz

500 days ago

The Two Minutes It Takes To Read This Will Improve Your Writing Forever

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Marta Datkiewicz

503 days ago

Work altruists were ten times more likely to be engaged than the bottom quartile of that list and the top quartile was significantly happier and 40% more likely to receive a promotion over the next 2-year period of time.

Be More Successful: New Harvard Research Reveals A Fun Way To Do It

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Marta Datkiewicz

505 days ago

Conscious thought is linear and convergent, whilst unconscious thought is parallel and divergent, making it far more powerful in considering a wide range of possibilities.

Unconscious Thought Theory

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Marta Datkiewicz

505 days ago

Tim Ferriss said it best: “What you do is more important than how you do it, and doing something well does not make it important.”

Tim Ferriss said it best: “What you do is more important than how you do it, and doing something well does not make it important.”

How to take Fridays “off” (and still be insanely productive)

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Marta Datkiewicz

513 days ago

Fire the nasty ones.. and accept your response ability necessity

Five Essential Lessons I Learned In 20 Years Of Managing People

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Marta Datkiewicz

513 days ago

Those who meditated showed an average gain in IQ of 23 percent.

Want to Raise Your IQ by 23 Percent? Neuroscience Says Take Up This Simple Habit

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Marta Datkiewicz

513 days ago

Researchers at the University of London discovered that the barrage of emails, instant messages and phone calls we receive each day can effectively reduce our IQ as much as a sleepless night and twice as much as cannabis use.

Researchers at the University of London discovered that the barrage of emails, instant messages and phone calls we receive each day can effectively reduce our IQ as much as a sleepless night and twice as much as cannabis use.

How to Make Yourself Work When You’re Not Feeling It

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Marta Datkiewicz

513 days ago

How to Write Email with Military Precision

How to Write Email with Military Precision

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Marta Datkiewicz

513 days ago

“Combinatory play seems to be the essential feature in productive thought,” Einstei

Albert Einstein’s Unique Approach to Thinking

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Marta Datkiewicz

517 days ago

We’re Thinking About Organizational Culture All Wrong

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Marta Datkiewicz

518 days ago

The Physics of Productivity: Newton’s Laws of Getting Stuff Done

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Marta Datkiewicz

519 days ago

A top futurist predicts the largest internet company of 2030 will be an online school

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Marta Datkiewicz

519 days ago

Exactly what I've found whilst travelling... especially breathing, thought questioning and immersing oneself truly with one activity at a time!

Reduce Your Stress in Two Minutes a Day

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Marta Datkiewicz

519 days ago

Forget About Setting Goals. Focus on This Instead.

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Marta Datkiewicz

519 days ago

Good tips on making your deck work.

The Greatest Sales Deck I’ve Ever Seen

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Marta Datkiewicz

519 days ago

Very interesting personal research on what makes couples work long term.

Every successful relationship is successful for the same exact reasons

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Marta Datkiewicz

646 days ago

Neuroscience Of Meditation: How To Make Your Mind Awesome

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Marta Datkiewicz

697 days ago

One of the biggest causes of unhappiness is not knowing yourself and when we hide a side of us from others without knowing the reason, it causes us pain. Being your true and authentic self is emotionally freeing! Sensitive people are more likely to bury negative traits because of how self-destructing they can be, but it is important to remember that burying an issue does not get rid of it and they will always uncover themselves and cause damage.

Why Empaths Freeze Around Inauthentic People

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Marta Datkiewicz

891 days ago

Keep Things Simple For A Healthy, Long Life

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